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Four relational programs / [by] B.J. MacLennan. (November 1986)



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Author: MacLennan, Bruce J.
Subject: STOCHASTIC PROCESSES.; PROBABILITIES.; QUEUING THEORY.
Publisher: Monterey, California : Naval Postgraduate School
Language: English
Call number: ocn463308249
Digitizing sponsor: Naval Postgraduate School, Dudley Knox Library
Book contributor: Naval Postgraduate School, Dudley Knox Library
Collection: navalpostgraduateschoollibrary; fedlink; americana

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"Prepared for: Chief of Naval Research"--Cover

"November 1986"--Cover

"NPS52-86-023"--Cover

DTIC Identifiers: Relational programming, RPL programming language

Author(s) key words: Relational programming, functional programming, relations, relational algebra, relational calculus, applicative programming, logic programming, combinatory, very-high level language, Gaussian elimination, finite state automata, higher order functions

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Technical report; 1986

Relational programming is a style of programming in which entire relations are manipulated as data and in which programs are also considered relations. Extensive use is made of higher-order, finite and infinite relations and functions. This report demonstrates the relational programming language RPL by using it to develop four programs: (1) computing work frequencies from text; (2) minimizing deterministic finite state automata; (3) Gaussian elimination; and (4) a simple data processing example involving updating an employee file. Appendix A shows transcripts of executions of the programs on the Brown and Mitton interpreter. The reader is presumed to be familiar with RPL. for convenience, however, Appendix B contains the RPL grammar, and Appendix C describes the language accepted by the Brown and Mitton interpreter

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